Hunt Results for San Jacinto Wildlife Area, Saturday – 10/26/19

Waterfowl numbers for the San Jacinto Wildlife Area dropped from Wednesday’s fair numbers on a day with calm weather conditions that just touched 90 degrees with clear skies. Cinnamon Teal held on to first place for the number of birds taken on Saturday with Shovelers jumping into the second position.  Tom Trakes, from San Jacinto Wildlife Area, reported that the results for Saturday, 10/26/19 were as follows:

155 adult and 9 junior hunters bagged 36 Northern Shovelers, 9 Mallards, 2 Gadwall, 5 Widgeon, 2 Pintail, 19 Green Wing Teal, 89 Cinnamon Teal, 2 Redheads, 20 Ring Necks, 1 Bufflehead, 1 Wood Duck, 1 Blue Wing Teal, 1 White Wing Scooter, 1 Merganser, and 6 Ruddy Ducks. There were no Geese checked in at San Jacinto on Saturday. Also, 18 Coots were downed at San Jacinto on Saturday.  This resulted in an average bag of 1.19 ducks per gun or, with the Coots worked in, 1.30 waterfowl per person. Tom advised that out of 50 reservation cards 34 showed up on time to claim their spot.

San Jacinto Wildlife Area has begun its annual Toy Drive for the Bryant Park Head Start Preschool.  If you’re able, please bring a new, unwrapped toy for the kids.  Toys for donation should be targeted for 3 to 5-year-old boys and girls.  This is a great program and a chance to show that hunters have a heart. Details of this year’s toy drive can be seen here:

https://socalhunt.wordpress.com/2019/10/23/san-jacinto-wildlife-areas-annual-bryant-park-head-start-preschool-toy-drive-launches/

Also, San Jacinto’s 26th Annual Junior Hunt is coming up on February 8th, 2020.  New state regulations, which went into effect 4 years ago, regarding donations for this great event are in effect again this year.  It’s a great cause to donate to as the Junior Hunters are the future of our sport. Details on the procedures for donating can be found at the below link:

https://socalhunt.wordpress.com/2015/09/02/new-procedures-for-donations-for-the-annual-junior-hunt-at-san-jacinto-wildlife-area/

Also, don’t let a little paperwork stop you from donating.  It’s not that hard, I know, I’ve done it every year since DFW started this requirement.

San Jacinto is open for waterfowl hunting on Wednesdays and Saturdays only. You can put in for reservations online through the DFW Automated License Data System (ALDS).  Your reservation request has to be to the ALDS system 17 days in advance to get in on the drawing or you can get in on the daily “sweatline” drawing for the remaining blinds after the reservations are taken care of. Reservation spots are given out starting at 3 AM and the “sweatline” drawing is done after that. The ALDS can be accessed through the DFW website at the below link –

https://www.ca.wildlifelicense.com/InternetSales

Don’t forget that all licenses and 1 day, 2 day or season passes must be purchased at a DFW Office or a license agent before your arrival at the refuge.  These can be purchased online via the ALDS system also, however, you will have to wait for the DFG to mail you the actual licenses and passes which can take up to 15 days.  If you purchase your license and passes in person at a DFW office or license agent, you immediately get them without the wait for the mail.  As in past seasons, no licenses or passes will be sold at the check stations this season.  You can also show up for an afternoon refill hunt, but the last refill is at 2 PM. For more information, contact the staff at San Jacinto at 951-928-0580.

 


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